Thirst No. 5: The Sacred Veil

by Christopher Pike
Thirst No. 5: The Sacred Veil
Title: Thirst No. 5: The Sacred Veil
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Publisher: Simon Pulse,

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Size: 7.9 MB
Pages: 441

It's no dream.
At last the truth of what happened during those hellish days has come back to her.

In her five thousand years as a vampire, Alisa — or Sita, as she was originally called — has experienced the equivalent of fifty lifetimes. Every moment of her immortal life is seared deep into her being. Every person she has loved, every victim she has killed — their faces are forever part of her.

Yet, strangely, a handful of memories have been lost to Alisa. As she and her friends embark on a search for the location of a sacred artifact — an ancient veil that may hold the key to mankind's salvation — Alisa soon realizes that her own mind may be her greatest enemy.

The memories she is blocking deal with the most horrifying period in mankind's history, a time when she was tortured by a madman responsible for the deaths of millions. But what information did her torture yield?



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